Kit features the Ratcheting "T" wrench and adapters Sturdy blow mold case Index holders for taps All taps and dies lock in place Carbon steel construction Patented Twist Lock Guide System reduces back walk of die guide and keeps dies centered while cutting threads. Reversible lever with 5deg ratcheting arc eliminates hand-over-hand turning. Ideal for working in tightly confined areas. Pieces (quantity): 75, Dies (quantity): 34, Metric Set: Yes, SAE Set: Yes, Taps (quantity): 34. The 75-piece GearWrench Tap and Die set (model 3887) is ideal for use in tight, confined areas, and the patented Twist Lock Guide System reduces backwalk of die guide and keeps dies centered while cutting threads. The ratcheting T wrench provides a 5-degree ratcheting arc, and its reversible lever allows for quick changes from forward to revers to eliminate hand-over-hand turning. See larger image. See larger image.What's in the BoxTap and Die ratcheting "T" wrench; small tap adapter; medium tap adapter; die adapter; sliding "T" for adapters; 34 taps; 34 dies, SAE and metric screw pitch gauge; #5 screwdriver; blow mold caseAbout GearWrenchSince launching the original patented 50 ratcheting wrench, GearWrench has continuously led with breakthroughs in pass-through ratchets, sockets, screw/nut drivers, pliers, and specialty tools. No matter the industry you find yourself in, GearWrench has the tools to fit your needs -- from the precise to the nearly indestructable. GearWrench hand tools are warranted for life to be free of defects in material and workmanship. 3887 Tap and Die 75 Piece SetAt a GlancePatented Twist Lock Guide System reduces backwalk of die guideAuto locking feature allows for safe removal of tap adapterReversible lever eliminates hand over hand turningCarbon steel constructionLifetime warranty
I've been needing a T&D set for a long time, and finally got tired borrowing a friend's really good Craftsman set. I agonized for a while about which set to buy - of all the tools to cheap out on, a tap & die set is really not one of them. You do *not* want your tap breaking or damaging threads, it's not like you get to do this sort of work over again if you blow it. The Craftsman set was pretty expensive for what it offered, so I started looking else. Since I ..